Today in History: 28 October 1961 Revolution in Eskişehir Railway Factory X

Revolution Cars
Revolution Cars

Today in History
28 October 1890 The concession of the Thessaloniki-Monastery Line was given to M.Alfred Kaulla, acting on behalf of a German-group affiliated to Deutsch Bank.
28 October 1918 hand was evacuated from Mebreke-tü'n-Naka with the enormous station. Then the last north station, Medayin-i Salih, was abandoned.
28 October 1944 The first train trip between Diyarbakır and Kurtalan started.
28 October 1961 A test tour was made in the streets of Devrim Carsi Ankara, which was built in Eskişehir Railway Factory.

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